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Relatively high water that overflows the natural or artificial banks of a stream or coastal area that submerges land not normally below water level.
Storm surge (8 items)

Flood preparedness (8 items)
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Water resources of Washington State - Flood hazards [More info]
Description of the Flood Hazards study project by Water Resources Program in Tacoma, Washington with links to other flood hazard projects.
Water resources of the United States [More info]
Primary homepage for USGS programs in water resources with links to water data, publications and products, technical resources, major programs, and water information services.
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